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VW boss confirms Subaru-aping Golf Alltrack for US

Filed under: Wagon , Crossover , Volkswagen Subaru needs to watch out, because the Japanese brand with a utilitarian image has a big bull’s eye on its back. Not only is Acura considering going 100-percent all-wheel drive in a bid to mimic the successful automaker, Volkswagen has just confirmed that the Golf Alltrack is coming to the US as another competitor for Subaru’s popular Outback crossover .

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VW boss confirms Subaru-aping Golf Alltrack for US

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Nov
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Car and Driver 10Best list cracked by Tesla Model S, BMW 3 Series left off

Filed under: Convertible , Coupe , Sedan , Performance , Etc.

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Car and Driver 10Best list cracked by Tesla Model S, BMW 3 Series left off

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Nov
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Volkswagen Golf R 400 Concept still makes us swoon

Filed under: Concept Cars , LA Auto Show , Performance , Hatchback , Volkswagen We know, we know – this hot little guy isn’t really new or anything. Volkswagen first rolled out the Golf R 400 concept in Beijing earlier this year, and since its debut, we’ve heard rumors that the German automaker might-perhaps-maybe-hopefully build the thing. Its showing here in Los Angeles simply marks the first time it’s debuting in America, and honestly, we can’t get enough

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Volkswagen Golf R 400 Concept still makes us swoon

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Nov
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Volkswagen Golf R Variant ready to haul ass, stuff

Filed under: LA Auto Show , Performance , Wagon , Volkswagen Volkswagen seems to be playing a cruel trick on the American automotive public at the Los Angeles Auto Show .

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Volkswagen Golf R Variant ready to haul ass, stuff

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Nov
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Volkswagen HyMotion says hi in the SportWagen and Passat in LA

Filed under: Concept Cars , LA Auto Show , Sedan , Wagon , Volkswagen , Technology Toyota is certainly grabbing attention with the pricing of its Mirai fuel-cell vehicle , but Volkswagen is proving it understands hydrogen too at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show with versions of the Golf SportWagen and Passat that showcase its HyMotion system. The German brand is already testing the technology with a fleet of vehicles in the US. What’s surprising is how easy VW makes incorporating the HyMotion seem

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Volkswagen HyMotion says hi in the SportWagen and Passat in LA

19
Nov

2015 VW Golf R priced from $36,595*

Filed under: Car Buying , Performance , Hatchback , Volkswagen How much would you be willing to spend on a Rabbit?

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2015 VW Golf R priced from $36,595*

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Nov
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What you missed on 11.18.14

Filed under: LA Auto Show , Convertible , Sedan , Performance , Wagon , Bentley , Volkswagen , Luxury Big, topless Bentley sure is Grand It’s been a while since we’ve had a properly huge, grand Bentley convertible in our market, following the departure of the Azure. But lo, Bentley has introduced the aptly named Grand Convertible, just days before the Los Angeles Auto Show.

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What you missed on 11.18.14

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Nov
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Autoblog Podcast #406

Filed under: LA Auto Show , Podcasts , Performance , Etc.

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Autoblog Podcast #406

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Nov
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Volkswagen Golf R Variant is the hotter longroof we’ve been dreaming of

Filed under: LA Auto Show , Performance , Wagon , Volkswagen A couple of months ago, we brought you spy shots of a Volkswagen Golf R that had been stretched into a proper wagon shape. And now, at the Los Angeles Auto Show , Volkswagen has officially taken the wraps off what it calls the Golf R Variant – a proper longroof version of the oh-so-potent Golf R

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Volkswagen Golf R Variant is the hotter longroof we’ve been dreaming of

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Nov
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Car companies may need to start curbing model proliferation

Filed under: Performance , Audi , BMW , Porsche , Volkswagen , Luxury , Design/Style , Earnings/Financials Looking at the current automotive landscape, especially from German makers, you quickly get the impression that less definitely isn’t more. BMW alone offers its 3 Series platform in practically every segment possible, including the regular sedan and 4 Series Gran Coupe , which would seem to be direct competitors. Porsche might be the winner, though, with 20 different variants of the 911 listed for sale on its US website

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Car companies may need to start curbing model proliferation